Visions of Excess: Selected Writings, 1927-1939 Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

When is the 'me' free to accept individuality and transcendence, in Bataille's opinion in "Sacrifices"? (from Section II (1932-1935))

2.

What does Bataille say the eye causes? (from Section I (1927-1930))

3.

Under what conditions can a state be democratic, in Bataille's opinion? (from Section II (1932-1935))

4.

How does Bataille describe the mandrake root? (from Section I (1927-1930))

5.

What approaches to Hegel's philosophy did Nicolai Hartmann compare? (from Section II (1932-1935))

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